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  Reply # 1626362 9-Sep-2016 10:01
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I presume Apple are not offering us the new iPhone every year plan they offer in the US and UK?






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  Reply # 1626366 9-Sep-2016 10:06
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I still think the iPhone SE is the best and most practical phone they have built....for me anyway  :P

 

 

Except is only comes in 16/64GB, if they moved to a 32GB base I think they would fly out the door a whole lot quicker....


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  Reply # 1626385 9-Sep-2016 10:31
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I thought we could preorder the iphone 7 today?

 

I always buy outright from Apple.co.nz. Maybe when it says preorder from the 9th it means US timezones?




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  Reply # 1626386 9-Sep-2016 10:33
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I thought we could preorder the iphone 7 today?

 

I always buy outright from Apple.co.nz. Maybe when it says preorder from the 9th it means US timezones?

 

 

 

 

7:01pm


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  Reply # 1626414 9-Sep-2016 10:48
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I thought we could preorder the iphone 7 today?

 

I always buy outright from Apple.co.nz. Maybe when it says preorder from the 9th it means US timezones?

 

 

 

 

yep, it's tonight.

 

 

 

buy iphone outright from Apple,

 

get Skinny Direct for $30//30 days.

 

seems like a no brainer if you can afford the up front cost.

 

 

 

3GB, unlimited sms and voice.  $1199 for entry level iphone 7 up front and $30 per 30 days.  total over 24 months = ~$1950  (it's every 30 days, so over 24 months years you need to buy 25 packs, not 24)

 

 

 

 Any better deals than that out there?   Looks like $30 pay monthly on 2Degrees gets you only 1GB, albeit with carryover (which I would never use, since I use more than 1GB every single month)

 

(not worried about the voice and SMS tbh,  don't need more than 200mins and 100 sms per month really)


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  Reply # 1626421 9-Sep-2016 10:59
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Pumpedd:


I thought we could preorder the iphone 7 today?


I always buy outright from Apple.co.nz. Maybe when it says preorder from the 9th it means US timezones?



 


yep, it's tonight.


 


buy iphone outright from Apple,


get Skinny Direct for $30//30 days.


seems like a no brainer if you can afford the up front cost.


 


3GB, unlimited sms and voice.  $1199 for entry level iphone 7 up front and $30 per 30 days.  total over 24 months = ~$1950  (it's every 30 days, so over 24 months years you need to buy 25 packs, not 24)


 


 Any better deals than that out there?   Looks like $30 pay monthly on 2Degrees gets you only 1GB, albeit with carryover (which I would never use, since I use more than 1GB every single month)


(not worried about the voice and SMS tbh,  don't need more than 200mins and 100 sms per month really)



Thanks for the Tip - switching to skinny direct is going to save me about $30 a month.

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  Reply # 1626656 9-Sep-2016 17:57
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I was hoping they would redesign the 'pencil' - I'm not impressed by the current version.




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  Reply # 1626660 9-Sep-2016 18:14
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I presume Apple are not offering us the new iPhone every year plan they offer in the US and UK?



Nope, USA/UK/China got that deal... just wondering how it'd go if I signed up online and used my OneSmart for payment and YouShop for redirecting the delivery... surely no issues with a non removeable battery?

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  Reply # 1626674 9-Sep-2016 18:55
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Both Voda & Spark being very very quiet in regards to pricing, interest free deals and/or handset discounts


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  Reply # 1626680 9-Sep-2016 19:01
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7.01pm and Apple Store is still not up....


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  Reply # 1626681 9-Sep-2016 19:02
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Spark not up either.


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  Reply # 1626683 9-Sep-2016 19:05
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Vodafone is 





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  Reply # 1626685 9-Sep-2016 19:07
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Vodafone have the models wrong.. they've got 16GB as the base model should be 32GB


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  Reply # 1626686 9-Sep-2016 19:08
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The usual VF amateur hour is here. Good to know some things never change.

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1626687 9-Sep-2016 19:09
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Must be a few people keen to order from Spark, their site has sure slowed down


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